Michael Piko <michael,AT,piko,DOT,com,DOT,au>|
Re: road worriers|
Phil Scarratt <fil,AT,draxsen,DOT,com>|
Wed, 09 Jul 2003 10:02:08 +1000|
Short answer is no there isn't.
Longer answer is that it is possible:
1. Set the service to manual
2. create a batch file (.cmd) that starts the service (net start "DKW
Heavey industries etc etc")
3. Place a shortcut to it on the dekstop or wherever.
I also made some batch files for the Startup Script and Shutdown
settings on the CIPE control applet. Startup Script had route commands
in it as well as a command to change the name of the shortcut to the
batch file above to something like "Disconnect from DestinationX".
Shutdown script had the reverse in it - ie renamed shortcut to "Connect
to DestinationX". I think I also had a batch file that ran on boot up of
the machine to rename the file to "Connect..." just in case it had not
been shutdown properly.
Michael Piko wrote:
After much help from the good people here I was able to get my XP machine to
VPN into my RH Linux machine. Thanks.
The question I have is:
Is there a "front end" to the road worrier end (XP) to bring up the
interface on demand rather than ever time the machine starts up?
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